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34 Eastbrook Road Ronks -Lancaster East-, PA 17572
34 Eastbrook RoadUSPARonks -Lancaster East-17572
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Welcome to Days Inn Ronks -Lancaster East-, PA. As our guest, you can expect warm hospitality and a range of services including Daybreak Breakfast, gym, free internet and truck/bus car .
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Modern rooms with microwaves & minifridges, plus free continental breakfast, WiFi & parking.- Google
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Felix Rosa
a month ago
I've been traveling to Lancaster on a frequent basis for the last 3 years, and by now I've booked and stayed on most of the Hotels in the Lancaster area through Travelocity, haven't had any complaints on any of the hotels until now. I booked a Deluxe Room at this Days Inn, well it's far from "Deluxe" or decent, here's what we got for this so called "Deluxe" room: PROS: Friendly, helpful staff (such as Jennifer), quick check-in/check-out and quiet room (except for the ventilation). CONS: 1)Light fixtures/lamps in the room were a hit & miss, sometimes it turns on the 1st try but more often not. 2)Bathroom door is misaligned, does not close properly. 3)The bathroom ventilation is the loudest one I've ever heard in my entire life, when we needed to use the bathroom in the middle of the night, we decided not to turn on the lights so as not to wake each other up (remember that the bathroom door does not close). 4)Paint peeling from the bathroom wall, inside the bath tub. 5)Has a massage shower-head, but we were unable to change the settings, it was stuck, so what's the point of having a massage shower-head? 6)The toiletries, such as the hand lotion was very watery, specially the shampoo. 7)I travel with Firearms and I when booking rooms I always look for room with safes, the safe in this room did not open and staff could not open it, I was told it's damaged. 8)The main room door is missing the security latch, it seems it had a latch at one point because the screws are there. 9)The worst part the clunky CRT TV. 10)Some of the TV remote buttons weren't working, i.e., volume down, channel up/down, etc. 11)No hot breakfast, not even eggs.
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Bernardine Kisinski
7 months ago
On September 30th my husband went into the motel at 4:00 p.m. indicating that I was unable to do stairs and asking if they had a room nearby the entrance - we were told to come back in two hours and a room would be ready. At 6:00 we were shown to room 124 where a staff member must have lived at one time. Although very old, it was clean. There was a gentleman (who was very polite) trying to get cable on the tv and the only way he could do this was by running a cable across the floor and by this time it was approximately 8:00. After driving six hours we were very tired and just wanted a shower and sleep. The shower did not work and there was no phone in the room to call the desk so we decided to wait until morning. We went to the desk and were told by the time we got back to the room the shower would be fixed. October 1st - got back to the room that night at about 6:00 and the shower was not fixed. Went to the desk, the clerk came to check it out and told us that he would have the shower fixed the next day. This would be day 2 now without a shower. Told him we wanted another room immediately. We were put in Room 125 (could not believe the difference - freshly painted and very clean). The young desk clerk (very polite) inferred that we could only stay there the one night and would have to go back to the other room because the room was already booked. I told him that we were not moving again and would finish our stay of three more nights in this room. The nest morning I went to the desk to return a key from Room 124 and told the desk clerk (who was again very polite) that this was the key from our old room and the night clerk had moved us to Room 120 because the shower had not worked in the first room. We came back that evening at about 7:00 p.m. to find that our key did not work. Because I had given the desk clerk the key to room 124 he thought that we were checking out and had someone pack our luggage up - one suitcase was in the office our other belongings were finally found still in Room 120 (including a $500.00 leg brace and a bag full of prescribed medications. After an hour of looking for our luggage, the desk clerk (same one from the morning) knocked on the door at Room 120 and a very sweet oriental lady answered and said that she could not figure out why someone else's luggage was still in the room. She had taken the bag with the medication to the front desk and told the desk clerk to try and call the people who forgot their medication because she could not believe that people would leave their medication behind. We had given the front desk our cell phone number the first night, however, never received a call as to ask us why we left all of our luggage in our room. At no time that morning did I ever say that we were checking out. Why anyone would think that we had checked out when our luggage and belongings were in the room is beyond my imagination. We were now put in Room 115 (again very clean). Since I am 68 years old and was very upset over this entire situation we decided to cut our trip short and checked out on October 3rd. The desk clerk on October 3rd checked us out and informed us that although we were checked out on October 2nd, our account was never credited and did the proper paper work. The only clerk who said they were sorry for what happened was the individual who moved our luggage out of the room. At no time did we see a manager and were told that he would be there the day we checked out but we left at 6:30 a.m. so we did not get to talk to him and although we asked for his name this was brushed over.
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Jennifer Leech
a year ago
My husband and I recently stayed here on a trip to Lancaster. This hotel is in a great location for touring Amish country. The man at the front desk was very friendly and helpful. The room was very clean and a perfect size for us! The continental breakfast was very good and had a lot of variety for a free hotel breakfast. I would definitely recommend this hotel we were very pleased!
J Miers
6 years ago
DONT STAY HERE!!!!!!!!! A poor rating does not do this "hotel" justice. I purchased the jacuzzi suite and got to the room and the jacuzzi was pepto bismol pink. The tile around it had gunk built up on it. The wall size mirror next to the jacuzzi had an 18" crack in it. The light above the jacuzzi was hanging by the wires. The carpet had not been vacuumed and was sticky. We were there 5 minutes and demanded a refund. We went about 2 miles down hwy 340 and stayed at the Amishville Inn. The room at Days Inn was $109. The King Suite and Amishville Inn was $119 and came with a deluxe breakfast. The Amishville Inn is beautiful. Dont waste your money at Days Inn.
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Charlie Gagnon
7 months ago
I have stayed at this facility twice. A year ago I would have rated this place a five star but this year I would say that a one star is more than generous. First of all we had asked for adjoining rooms on the first floor at the time that I made the reservations back in April and was told "no problem". When we arrived to register, I was told that there were no such rooms in the facility. The first room we were assigned when we got there had the door wide open. We found out why once we entered because the room smelled like cat urine. We then asked for another room we were assigned one on the second floor. This room had what looked like blood stains on the bed cover. The TV didn't work, the staff couldn't fix it and I ultimately did by switching the cables around. The message light on our phone kept flashing. I was told that I had no messages and that they did not know how to shut off the light and I would just have to deal with it. The rugs in the room were stained and the hallways looked like they hadn't been vacuumed for days. I would never walk on any of these rugs without shoes on. The lobby rest room was filthy and had no toilet paper in it. At breakfast, which was awful, the milk curdled when you put it into your cereal or oatmeal. When asked to replace it, they replaced it with more bad milk. The staff as a whole does not speak great English nor do they really seem to care about your problems. As for the room our relatives stayed in, I can only say that it smelled like cigarette smoke. As for it's location, it's actually in a great spot but there are many other places you can stay in the area for almost the same price. This review was based on our two night stay on Oct. 7th and 8th 2014.
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Charles Comellas
11 months ago
I'm not sure what's happened with this hotel in the nine months since its last rating (which was 4 stars), but this is easily the worst hotel I have ever stayed at. They tried to put me in a room that had recently been vacated by one of the live-in cleaning staff. There was a kitchenette (which I didn't need or ask for) and a single bed shoved against the wall. The carpet was filthy and needed to be replaced and the place reeked. There was a small adjoining room with another bed set up on cinder blocks. This was less a hotel room and more a low income apartment that had not been prepared for new renters yet. I refused to stay in that room so they moved me to a different one, which has been fine so far. The cable was out for the first three days I stayed here and "high speed" wi-fi is anything but. The people across the hall had their AC go out and had to be moved to a different room. The first night here, there was a crowd of older folks in the lobby who were understandably upset that they had been sold a "handicapped accessible" room on the second floor of a building with no elevator. There is currently another crowd of vacationers in the lobby frantically calling around for available rooms at other hotels because the three or four rooms they reserved were no longer available and they had not been informed that there reservations had been cancelled. It is 10:45 PM. The only reason I am still here is because my current room is reasonably clean and I have already paid for three more nights. DO NOT STAY HERE.
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john bucher
2 years ago
Obviously recently revamped. Clean snd quiet. AARP 20% discount made it a great deal.
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Jonathan Davey
2 years ago
Cheap price but nice staff and great location.


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